On 06/04/11 08:13, Piotr Bański wrote:
> langUsage has (should have) 'scope' over xml:lang, too, ideally listing
> all the xml:lang values used in the various places in the document,
> possibly also restricting their occurrence (though here I may be
> following my initiative in FreeDict, of marking the source and the
> target language of a dictionary this way).
The current langUsage facility has some big advantages over just using
xml:lang, partly in that it lets you describe non-standard languages and
scripts, whether they be idioglossia or made up for literary effect.
[Actually they could be described according to
http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/bcp/bcp47.txt Section 3.1.1 but only at
the system-level not the document- or collection-level]
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